One of the reasons why the Buganda Parliament was built right in front of the Kabaka Palace is that the enemies of the kingdom can be easily spotted and spotted. The Bulange was built during the colonial regime under the leadership of Kabaka Muteesa II with the aim of acting as the parliament/lukiiko of the Buganda Kingdom. (3) If the Kabaka is able to perform a function under this Constitution, that function shall be exercised by him, unless otherwise intended, by him by means of a written document signed by him in the presence of a minister, who shall sign him as a witness. The Kingdom of Uganda is subject to the same customs regulations, the same regulations on porters, etc., which can be introduced with the consent of His Majesty for the Ugandan protectorate in general, which in a certain sense may be called external taxation, but no internal taxation other than the hut tax may be imposed on the indigenous peoples of the province of Uganda without the consent of the Kabaka. who is guided in this matter by the majority of the votes of his home counsel. is considered one with the Buganda Agreement of 1894, the Buganda Agreement of 1900 and the agreements included in the Third Schedule of this Agreement. The Buganda Agreement of 1955 was concluded on 18 October 1955 between Andrew Cohen, Governor of the Ugandan Protectorate, and Mutesa II, Kabaka of Buganda.  The agreement facilitated Mutesa II. the return as constitutional monarch and ended the kabaka crisis that began when the Kabaka was exiled to England by Cohen in 1953. It amended Uganda`s earlier agreement of 1900.  The final text reflected the agreed outcomes of the Namirembe Conference. The place of Kabaka was founded by Kabaka Mwanga II and the palace serves to this day as the official residence of the last 6 kings of the kingdom of Buganda. The word Twekobe means unity for a cause, so the people of Buganda came together to build a palace for the Kabaka on Mengo Hill, and in the palace in 1900 the Buganda Agreement was signed, which defined the future of Uganda. We, the undersigned, Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston, K.C.B., Her Majesty`s Special Commissioner, Commander-in-Chief and Consul General for the Protectorate of Uganda and adjacent territories, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of Lndia, of the one part; and the Regents and Chiefs of the Kingdom of Uganda mentioned below on behalf of the Kabaka (King) of Uganda and the Chiefs and People of Uganda, on the other hand: Hereby accept the following articles relating to the Government and Administration of the Kingdom of Uganda. AND CONSIDERING that, in accordance with the foregoing obligation, and taking into account the granting of protection by Her Majesty Queen Victoria by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, in the said Convention of 29 May 1893 by a Treaty of 27 May 1893, In August 1894 (hereinafter referred to as “the Buganda Agreement”), 1894) between the said Kabaka Mwanga, of the one part, and Henry Edward Colville, Companion of the Right Honourable Order of the Bath, Colonel of Her Majesty`s Army, Acting Commissioner of His British Majesty for Uganda, for and on behalf of His Majesty, on the other hand, the said Kabaka Mwanga has promised himself, his heirs and successors in terms similar in all respects to the terms of the said agreement: the current head of the Kingdom of Buganda is known as Kabaka Muwenda Mutebi II, which has been in the lead since the restoration of the Kingdom of Buganda in 1993. The head of the Buganda government is known as Katikiro Charles Mayiga, who was appointed Prime Minister by the King of Buganda in 2013. The Buganda Kingdom has a parliament known as Lukiiko. H.H. JOHNSTON, Special Representative of Her Majesty, Commander-in-Chief and Consul General, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of Lndia. .